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day how president barack obama and people around the bay area are thanking those who have served. >>> and a scrap yard catching fire is causing air quality issues. >>> and after the deadly typhoon, the local and national efforts to get aid to the victims. >>> people are all over the bay area and people are stopping to honor the nation's veterans and we are at the u.s.s. hornets where several things are going on right now. >> this is my first time a board this ship, what an amazing piece of history this is and we have a special ceremony going on as we speak. >>> they threw a special wreathe over the ship and they played a key role during the apollo manned spacing station. and for today we spoke with deal, a man who saved and flew over 90 missions during the course reason war and he says veterans day still hits home. >> the korean warrenned on july 23rd and he was shot down on the 22nded and killed in action and what a waste because he was just a great human being. >> of course there are many more ceremonies taking place and we are at the el cerrito lions club along with club and b
. >>> now at noon, he is only here for a few hours but president barack obama has a busy agenda while in san francisco and the policy he plans to push. >>> and san jose university is speaking out about recent hate crimes and what the president is saying about who is to blame. >>> and a school lockdown about an anonymous call about a gunman on campus. >>> ktvu channel 2 morning news starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 morning -- channel 2 ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> this is president barack obama arriving just over an hour ago, he is scheduled for a world win visit. i am torii dash-cam calm. -- kyla campbell. -- torii campbell and we are live with what the president is saying about the immigration system. >> reporter: good afternoon, the president is talking immigration and touting economic benefits and he has just taken the state inside the china town station and we will listen live to president barack obama. >> we cannot close the door on diplomacy and we request not commit -- cannot commit ourselves to an endless cycle of conflict. and it may be the tough thing to do
, a top obama administration official testified that the hundreds of thousands of people nationwide who received cancellations letters from their insurance companies are not out of luck. >> they are not dropping consumers. they are improving their coverage offering better plans. >> reporter: republicans argue those choices are more expensive than the policies people had. democrats say the old plans might have had low payments but the deductibles were out of control. positive news, it's running faster and more efficiently. but republicans say the online experience won't make up for the law's pitfalls. >> increasing premiums for millions, canceling insurance plans for millions, destroying relationships with doctors for millions. raising trackses by a trillion. >> reporter: the administration plans to release the latest numbers within a couple of weeks. the goal is to have 800,000 people signed up by the end of this month. meanwhile, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius is preparing to testify tomorrow morning on capitol hill. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channe
>>> now at noon major changes announced by president obama to address one of the top concerns of the new healthcare program. >>> after days of not being able to reach his family in the philippines a man with bay area ties heads to the typhoon's devastated area to make a difference. >>> thousands of job cuts coming to lockheed martin, how many are expected here in the bay area. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu channel 2 news at noon. >> good afternoon, i am tori campbell, it was a signature promise of obamacare, if you like your health insurance plan you can keep it. but it turned out not to be completely true, so today president obama announced a change, he says will help him keep that promise for everyone. ktvu's justin gray is live in washington, the president had to respond after facing growing criticism from within his own party. >> reporter: yeah, tori, the president says millions who got cancellation notices in the mail are owed an apology by him. he says even more than that, they deserve the ability to keep their current healthcare plans
. >>> the goal was 7 million people enrolled by the end of march but how many have really signed up for obama care and what could happen if too few enroll. [son] all right,she has no idea. [man] no one told her,right? [son]hi! [mom screams] >>> sources in pakistan are confirming the deaths of one of their top leaders and say a drone strike took his life, he was the head of the taliban in pakistan and believed to be behind that, it killed 4 other suspected militants. >>> they want 7 million people to enroll in obamacare by the end of march but documents released suggest only six people managed to successfully enroll the first day it went live. kyla campbell explains what could happen if too few people sign up. >> reporter: tori these documents the house oversight committee sent me don't bode well for the obama administration, the arm of the federal government in charge of implementing it handed these over and show six people enrolled on day one, 250 signed up by the end of day 2, the office said 7 million people need to enroll by march 31st or it won't by financially viable, that means taxpaye
beginning to rebound. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. >>> president obama is coming back to the bay area next week to raise more money for the democratic party. the president will attend a fund-raiser in san francisco's hayes valley neighborhood next monday. it's being cohosted by the daughter and son-in-law of oracle foe counter. tickets -- foe counter -- co- founder. tickets range from $1,000 to $15,000. president obama's last bay area visit was in june. >>> fictional tv news anchor ron burgundy, getting a school named after him. >>> and a santa cruz boy and his puppy go viral on the internet. >>> a new reform effort in china and hopes that the u.s. federal reserve will continue to support the world's largest economy, thanks to comments from janet yellen, pushed stocks in the u.s. to break new ground today. though they've retreated in late afternoon trading. boeing rose the most in the dow after booking $100 billion in orders at the dubai airshow. taking a live look at the big board, you can see the dow has slipped into negative territory. but at the opening bell, it was up over $16,00
dropped for president obama's fund-raiser in san francisco. on monday, tibility sales were so slow that the once 1,000- dollar tickets are now going for $500. analysts attribute this to donor fatigue, as this will be the president's ninth fund- raising trip to the bay area in the past two and a half years and his approval rating just hit an all-time low due in part to the botched rollout of the affordable care act >>> the report that says changes must be made at the san francisco airport or delays will imminent. >>> and we're hearing from batkid what he said was the best part of his special day. >>> a witness who saw a missing patient in a stairwell at san francisco general hospital has come forward. a hospital spokeswoman says a ucsf researcher working at the hospital is the mystery witness. he apparently reported seeing lynn spaulding lying in a stairwell several days before her body was found in early october. police have questioned the witness but have not identified him. >>> the east oakland youth group behind a successful gun buyback program last year is announcing plans toda
now -- president obama is wrapping up a three- day west coast visit that included the stop yesterday in san francisco. this noontime, he's at the dream works movie studios in los angeles. the white house says it's a chance to highlight a successful business that's creating jobs in california. dream works and its ceo are among the top campaign supporters of president obama and the democratic party. >> reporter: seven people are injured in a shooting in east oakland. find out how one family said they were made to feel better this morning by oak police -- oakland police. >>> and there's clouds outside. but does that mean any rain foreign the holiday -- for the holiday? steve paulson will have more. >>> and a big storm is barreling toward the east coast. what it means for air travelers here in the bay area. [ female announcer ] making a pie that pops is surprisingly easy. just unroll, fill... top, bake... and... wow. this is your best ever. thank you. [ female announcer ] pillsbury pie crust. make the holidays pop. he loves me. he loves me not. he loves me. he loves me not. ♪ he love
in in sick. ex. >>> president obama carried on a special thanksgiving tradition by sparing the life of a turkey today. actually, two turkeys. >> popcorn, you have a full reprieve -- it. >> the president issued an official pardon for a turkey named popcorn. that turkey and a companion named caramel who received an unofficial pardon will live out their days at mount vernon estate and guardens. >>> preparations are underway for glide memorial's annual thanksgiving feast. volunteers are helping with last-minute deliveries. the chich on ellis street will -- the church on ellis street will feed thousands of hungry people. >>> the first light on the national me know raw in washington, d.c. will be lit. hanukkah is celebrated over eight days by lighting kandsles on the -- candles on the menorah. >>> well, the bay area locked in a dry weather pattern. a lot of haze out there. as a result, we could hold onto the forecast for the next few days. nothing to mix things up. in the south bay, in san jose, reporting partly cloudy skies. there is a weather system offshore. we have been watching it ov
. president obama posted in the huffington post and said does it make a difference if the firefighter rescues is gay or the mechanic who toos your taxes or -- who does your taxes or who fixes your car? tim cook argued, we found that when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their lives. all 55 democrats and at least five republicans in this senate support this bill so it is likely it will get the 60 votes needed to pass. it's doubtful the republican- controlled house will sign on. in washington, i'm kyla campbell, back to you. >>> san francisco police hope a surveillance photo will help them find a missing brazilian sturnt. the photo was taken on halloween on 16th in the mission. it shows a man using a credit card belonging to 23-year-old paulo netto. several days earlier, his mother and sister say they received a panicked call from netto who has been missing for a work and he says people were following him and he was in trouble. >>> police in davis are investigating what appears to be an attempt to blow up a fraternity house. studen
on the internet in hoping to bring the subject to president obama's attention. he's at st. francis hospital in san francisco right now. leneed to undergo extensive skin grafting due to second and third-degree burns on his legs. supporters have already raised more than $21,000 for his recovery. live from oakless, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a hearing to review bart's safety rules for workers are now focusing on one policy in particular. sal has been monitoring today's meeting and joins us live. >> reporter: all those this meeting was called before the two workers died, the process of simple approval which is when workers are out on the tracks working and watching out for trains on the road, that process is now under intense focus. as a matter of fact, california state assemblyman says simple approval is in direct conflict with state law. >> california state law squarely puts the burden of safety on employers. employers have to provide a safe working environment for their employees. >> reporter: last month christopher shephard and lawrence daniels were killed as they inspected tracks
this morning grilled top obama administration officials over the implementation of the troubled website, healthcare.gov. the house oversight committee held one of two hearings. the oversight committee members wanted to know whether the officials were aware beforehand that the site was not ready. we've discovered that efforts were taken to cut corners to meet political deadlines at the end. people are working every day. some days are better than others. things are getting better. >> some analysts say it's unlikely the website will be functional by the november 30th deadline that the admin strax has set for itself. >>> new faa safety standards will reduce the number of hours pilots can fly to prevent fatigue but critics say there's a big loophole. while passenger pilots will be limited to eight to nine hours a day of flying, cargo pilots will not. they could be in the air as much as 16 hours a day. and captain sully sullenberger of danville who made the landing on the hudson river says that can be a recipe for disaster. >> when you are asleep in your bed at night and there are airplanes f
to the rescue as he was mentioning and get this, even president obama is following the story of miles the bat kid, his twitter account shows this retweet of the 5-year-old superstar off to save the city, great picture there, others tweeting include senator feinstein and gavin newsom and the support has been apparent all over the web. we found this picture showing a man holding up a sign expressing san francisco's love for bat kid. >>> and the campbell police are having some fun with all of this, a few members of the force posted this picture and called miles their hero and wished the bat kid good luck today. >>> for more go to ktvu.com, where you can find a live stream of bat kid's heroic adventures today and a slide show, just go to our home page at ktvu.com. >>> happening today the long wait is nearly over for highway 24 commuters, ktvu has learned the state fire marshal has signed off and approved the new caldecott tunnel for public use. today there is a ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for 1:30 at the 4th bore. cal trans will be able to open the new bore after it restripes lanes leading
been that way for more than two centuries. president obama and harry reid said the change was necessary because the republicans were abusing the right to fillby luster -- filibuster. >>> new revolutions about sfo's response to the deadly asiana plane crash. >> reporter: a group of armed robbers go on a four-hour crime spree. the key piece of evidence at this costco store that could help them catch the criminals. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i ♪ know i can't deny... ♪ that i got a new feeling ♪ deep inside... ♪ [ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't help but see the good. whole grains... >>> richmond police have called in a dive team after they found a car submerged in a boat channel this morning. they don't know yet if anyone is still in the car or near the water. the car was reported around 8:30 near wharf street. police don't know how long it's been there. they also called in a tow truck to pull the car from the water. >>> officials at san francisco international airport now know more about some of the things that went wrong during the emergency respo
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